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Deleted scene from the critically acclaimed film, Gravity.
oh my god, you tried
Norwegian sailor Oyvind Tangen was aboard a research ship about 1,700 miles south of Cape Town, South Africa when he spotted these striped icebergs.
“I’m a children’s librarian.”
“Do you like books, working with children, or both?”
“Definitely both. I’ve always been a heavy reader. I’m interested in education, and I’ve always wanted to work with young people. Libraries are really vibrant community places. They are also among the few spaces left in the world that are truly free. And I think children’s libraries are some of the most exciting places in any decent city.”
“Do you think that today’s young people read less than previous generations because of all the technology in our lives, as we often hear?”
“People say that, but when you look at the statistics, it is 100 percent untrue. Young people read just as much, and often more, than young people in the past did. The same is true of adults. Reading has stayed the same or, in fact, gone up. Library use has increased enormously since the recession.”
I’m just like
Huh. Unapologetic intolerance on a single, pet issue without any consideration of other perspectives that arise from cultural differences, health issues, and/or economic realities, and has generally a myopic view of anything that doesn’t fall directly inside their hyper-focused bubble of privilege?
Pulled a fast one on us 6 year-olds, Disney.